Sep 22, 2014 | Dirk Myers
Jeffrey M. Birnbaum, CEO of 60East Technologies, will join a panel discussion on September 22nd at the High Performance Computing For Wall Street conference. The panel will discuss “HPC Code Writing and Programming: Putting Technology to Work to Increase Performance and Scale, Put-through, and Reduce Latency in the Nano World”....
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Aug 5, 2014 | Patrick Flickinger
We’ve all seen television’s expectation of middleware – real-time streams of data, arriving from all over the world, effortlessly joined and available in an instant, where combining new information is as easy as a few keyboard clicks – even in the middle of the night, from an underpowered laptop, while...
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Jun 17, 2014 | Dirk Myers
In this new video, Jeffrey Birnbaum from 60East describes how version 4.0 of AMPS, currently in preview, makes it easy to build data-intensive applications. Jeffrey walks through a sample application and shows how the application uses AMPS to: Focus on just the data of interest through AMPS content filtering Use...
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May 1, 2014 | Dirk Myers
In this new video, Jeffrey Birnbaum from 60East and Riccardo Badalone from Diablo Technologies, Inc. discuss how AMPS pushes Memory Channel Storage™ to the limit. The video includes a comparison against flash storage attached through the PCIe bus, details on why MCS performs so well, and what that performance means...
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Apr 7, 2014 | Patrick Flickinger
Real-time streaming JOINs don’t have to be complicated to code, and they don’t have to be the bottleneck in your system. In AMPS, we designed our JOINs from the ground up to be easy to use and highly performant. AMPS is unique in that it provides a hybrid approach to...
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Apr 2, 2014 | Dirk Myers
At 60East, we’re known for being able to get incredible performance by using best-of-breed commercial off the shelf components. We’ve been able to demonstrate performance that exceeds the performance of dedicated hardware solutions. On Monday, April 7, 60East’s CEO and Co-Founder, Jeffrey M. Birnbaum, will present at the 2014 High...
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Mar 4, 2014 | David Noor
At 60East, we strive to make AMPS the most powerful, high-performance, real-time messaging database ever. This philosophy extends to every aspect of AMPS, including installation and packaging. We want you to get up and running as fast as possible, with a zero-friction install process. Since our customers run AMPS on...
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Dec 17, 2013 | Eric Mericle
The power of AMPS filtering allows your application to receive the messages it wants to process, and none of the messages it doesn’t. Client-side filtering is no longer required with AMPS. The ability to use Perl Compatible Regular Expressions (PCRE) to define filters on a topic, a message, or both...
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Dec 3, 2013 | Dirk Myers
60East and our partners, Diablo Technologies, are presenting at the Trading Show, December 3rd and 4th at 360° Tribeca in New York City. Jeffrey M. Birnbaum and Jerome McFarland will be presenting a workshop on Extreme Messaging Performance with MCS™ and AMPS on Tuesday at 11:30 AM. This includes an...
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Nov 21, 2013 | Dirk Myers
60East and our partners, Diablo Technologies, held a workshop on Extreme Messaging Performance with MCS™ and AMPS last week at the Low-Latency Summit.
Couldn’t make it to the summit? We’ve posted the slides. Even better, the Summit has posted the audio of the workshop.
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Nov 7, 2013 | Dirk Myers
We’ve mentioned before how impressed we are with Diablo Technologies, Inc. new Memory Channel Storage™ technology. We’ve also talked about our investment in deep partnerships and making the most of emerging technology. So, we’re thrilled to announce a strategic partnership with Diablo to create a joint solution. Full details are...
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Nov 4, 2013 | Eric Mericle
Naive messaging systems broadcast all messages to subscribers. This style of message delivery can cause resource over-utilization on subscribers who are only interested in a subset of the entire message flow. Even worse, such a message delivery system can quickly bog down or even oversaturate a network. When this happens,...
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